A student of Rajkia Pratibha Bikas Vidyalaya (RPVV), Kushal is one of 496 government school students in Delhi who cracked NEET 2021, many of them from economically weaker sections.
The second attempt
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Ishika Jain, daughter of a fixed shop owner in Surajmal Bihar, has a similar trajectory, scoring 700 out of 720 to secure a seat in AIIMS. He too had dropped out for a year and was willing to take his chances. His 559 score in NEET 2020 could force him to move out of Delhi if he does not try a second time in NEET 2021.
Confidence is important
The recent success was the result of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s micro-level observation on the state of education, said Dr Arun Kumar Gupta, president of the Delhi Medical Council, who credited the success of the students to the Delhi government’s focus on education and health. In a government school in Delhi. It is also important to focus on improving the school infrastructure and making the revival of the school management committee more lively and active. Both public school teachers and students were confident, a trait previously lacking. This ‘can do’ attitude has worked for their benefit. ”
The firm conviction and hard work of the students cannot be underestimated. With the right guidance and inspiration from the government in Delhi, it has taken students’ careers to new heights, “said Dr. Aloy J. Mukherjee, Senior Consultant, Minimal Access, Gastro Intestinal, Bariatric and Robotic Surgery, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital and Its EWS department treats patients and knows their privacy very well.
Inspiration for others
According to Dr. Mukherjee, there are 10 medical colleges and 3 dental colleges in Delhi / NCR. “Last year, 569 students of government schools in Delhi passed the competitive examinations and the data compiled by the government shows that only about 10% scored the required cut-off for admission to government medical colleges. But perseverance and determination to succeed always brings success. Guidance helps, but focus is inherent. So students and their parents, mentors and instructors should be commended for their efforts. It will inspire more ambitious young people to pursue and nurture their dreams, ”he said.
Focus on performance
Kushal, for example, owes a large portion of its success to the Southern Foundation, an NGO that provides free coaching, books and hostel facilities in Pune, where its campus is located. After passing their aptitude test, Kushal was selected to spend almost a year in Pune with 179 other students, concentrating alone on NEET 2021. This means 12 hours of rigorous study without any confusion. “We were not allowed to have television sets or mobile phones and we could talk to our family once a month. Even at the time of the epidemic all our classes were offline although not a single covid case was reported. The foundation has followed a concise teaching-learning pattern that has helped save time and made us more performance-oriented. I wanted to see my parents happy and help them to be financially prosperous. It was but to pay a small price, ”he added.
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